WTS: Marlin carbine stock/w screws $50 & 1893 slide action w/wood $25
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    Default WTS: Marlin carbine stock/w screws $50 & 1893 slide action w/wood $25

    Picked these up at a yard sale last w/e with a bunch of old gunsmith tools and parts. The stock was marked as a Winchester 1892, but have learned it's a Marlin carbine stock for an unknown model. It came with the tang and butt plate screws which are included. Don't know how it fits as I don't have a Marlinr lever action to try it on. Asking $50 with screws + actual shipping CONUS.
    The Winchester 1893 slide action is kind of a rare part, but as you can see it broke at one time and has been brazed back together. The slide wood has been trimmed to fit the brazed area. Asking $25 + actual shipping cost CONUS.
    If you want both I'll do $75 with shipping included. Paypal gift or 3%, M.O. or personal check accepted. First I'll take it with PM applies.
    Both sold as is, so please asked questions.
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    Last edited by monk69; 02-16-2017 at 01:28 PM. Reason: clarification

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    I think that's a Marlin stock, it has the trademark bullseye on the underside.

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    There's 2 holes drilled on the bottom, The one that looks like a bulls eye is a plastic bushing threaded for what I believe was a sling swivel.

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    looks like a classic Marlin bullseye to me and I've seen people try to use the bullseye for a sling swivel mount on Marlins. Try measuring the distance from the butt to the center of the bullseye and maybe we can match it up to a model.

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    1 3/4

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    It is a Marlin carbine stock though I can't pin point which model(s) it's for. Thanks JPM for spotting the "bulls eye". I'm not a Marlin guy so I just thought the insert was for a sling stud. I'm posting pictures on the Marlin Forum site in hopes it can be ID'd. In the meantime I'm editing this post to change it to a Marlin carbine stock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monk69 View Post
    It is a Marlin carbine stock though I can't pin point which model(s) it's for. Thanks JPM for spotting the "bulls eye". I'm not a Marlin guy so I just thought the insert was for a sling stud. I'm posting pictures on the Marlin Forum site in hopes it can be ID'd. In the meantime I'm editing this post to change it to a Marlin carbine stock.
    You're welcome, it looks like it may be from an 1893 standard carbine with the saddle ring (as opposed to the sporting carbine). The profile and cutouts seem right.

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    I will take the Marlin stock (per PM's)

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    SPF to Just_Me

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